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The New York Times 17h
Replying to @david_marchese @NYTmag
David Marchese, who most recently interviewed Meg Ryan for , has built a reputation not only for drawing out startling quotes from celebrities, but for creating often intimate portraits of the inner lives of boldface names. How does he do it?
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NYT Reader Center 17h
Before was the editor of Modern Love, he almost made it in The Times another way: nearly taking out two of the most important men in business on an icy mountain road. He tells the story in our latest Behind the Byline interview.
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What do online dating and Modern Love have in common? , the column’s editor, tells us in our latest Behind the Byline interview:
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NYT Reader Center 22h
We’re asking servicewomen and veterans to share stories about their experiences in the military for a coming story
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College students: We want to hear your stories.
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NYTimes Wordplay Feb 14
Come help us solve The New York Times crossword puzzle. Wordplay columnist Deb Amlen and associate puzzles editor Sam Ezersky are here with hints and encouragement.
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NYT Reader Center Feb 14
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, our latest Behind the Byline interview is with , the editor of Modern Love. It turns out that finding a good essay is a lot like finding love.
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New York Times Books Feb 13
It's almost Valentine's Day, and children's books editor is live with the illustrator Jessie Sima to discuss her new book called "Love, Z.” Leave your questions in the chat.
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NYT Reader Center Feb 12
We wanted to know what international readers who have been to New York thought about the city’s subway. Their descriptions included “a nice working museum” and “a shady nightclub toilet.”
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NYT Reader Center Feb 11
Chandeliers in Moscow. An art gallery in Stockholm. Cat videos in Istanbul. Readers around the world told us about the features that make their transit systems exceptional — and what New Yorkers are missing out on.
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NYT Reader Center Feb 11
We wanted to know what international readers who have been to New York thought about the city’s subway. Their descriptions included “a nice working museum” and “a shady nightclub toilet.”
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NYT Reader Center Feb 11
The story of New York City's dogs and their humans, told in photos dating back to the 1940s. explains how the latest Past Tense archival project came together:
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Lara Takenaga Feb 11
I've taken public transit in lots of cities, and they don't always leave NY's subway in the most flattering light. So I wanted to ask international readers what they thought about their transit systems (and how their experiences in NY compared).
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Lara Takenaga Feb 11
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Here are some of their responses... Tokyo: "Trains are clean, and some cars are reserved for women and children. There are staff at the stations who are helpful and friendly."
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NYT Reader Center Feb 10
Our coverage of the freezing conditions at the Metropolitan Detention Center started with a desperate anonymous tip. explains:
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Annie Correal Feb 9
How an anonymous tip – emailed after midnight on the coldest day of January – led me to uncover the crisis at MDC Brooklyn. “No heat no power no proper food,” it said. “Over 72 hours in lockdown. Please help.”
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NYT Reader Center Feb 9
We're celebrating the 10th anniversary of the KenKen puzzle in The Times! Will Shortz explains how it came to grace our pages:
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NYT Reader Center Feb 9
Climate reporters hear the question again and again: "If global warming is real, why is it so cold?" Here's the answer, and why it matters.
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The New York Times Feb 8
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring are under fire for wearing blackface and Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax is accused of sexual assault. All 3 face calls for resignation. What does this mean for the Democratic party?
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NYT Reader Center Feb 8
Climate reporters hear the question again and again: "If global warming is real, why is it so cold?" Here's the answer, and why it matters.
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